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Do My Business Taxes Please: A Financial Organizer for Self-Employed Individuals & Their Tax Preparers by Canniff, KiKi (2012) Paperback Paperback
Middle English Edition
No matter how good a tax preparer is, they can only be as good as the information the business owner provides.
Do My Business Taxes Please, by KiKi Canniff, simplifies IRS tax laws as they apply to self-employed people, and teaches them a simple method for getting every tax deduction allowed by the IRS.
This book allows the independent business owner to give the tax preparer everything they need, to get an accurate return done for them. Simple forms are included in this book, that a person can fill out and take directly to their tax preparer when they go.
KiKi Canniff writes books about the federal tax rules and explains them in simple terms. This book is great for the current tax season, for anyone working with a tax preparer to get their return done right!
The author also writes a line of tax books for people wanting to know more about their industry. All of them can be seen at OneMorePress.com.
So, let’s publicize the book’s new edition! It’s great for any self-employed person, or small business owner, who uses a preparer at tax time.
K.C. Heard, Publisher
KiKi Canniff has been writing books since 1981. A woman with
many interests, her non-fiction titles cover a variety of subjects--everything
from where to find the best of the Pacific Northwest's recreational attractions
to tax recordkeeping books for entrepreneurs and independent contractors.
first two decades KiKi focused her writing on outdoor books, helping families
to discover the wealth of recreational attractions that can be enjoyed in
Washington and Oregon. "The Northwest Golfer" and "Sauvie
Island; A Step Back in Time" and are two of those original titles.
tax consultant, KiKi's tax recordkeeping series teaches self-employed people
how to pay less tax while keeping audit-proof records. It includes the
"Annual Tax Mess Organizer for Self-Employed People" which is
available for several different industries and perfect for anyone who wants to
prepare their own Schedule C tax return, and "Do My Business Taxes
Please!" a simple workbook that helps small business owners get organized
for that annual visit with their tax accountant or preparer.